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  • Cortland County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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  • Courts Guide and Info: Albany County

    The information found here includes the address, phone numbers, hours, and directions for the courts in Albany County. Content Detail

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  • Courts Guide and Info: Allegany County

    The information found here includes the court's address, phone number, hours, wheelchair accessibility, and how to get there. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Broome County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone number, hours, how to get there, wheelchair accessiblity, and whether there is childcare. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Cattaraugus County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone numbers, hours, how to get there, and wheelchair accessiblity. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Cayuga County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone numbers, hours, how to get there, and wheelchair accessiblity. Content Detail

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  • Courts Guide and Info: Chautauqua County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone number, hours, how to get there, and wheelchair accessiblity. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Chemung County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, hours, and how to get there. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Chenango County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone numbers, hours, and how to get there. Content Detail

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  • Courts Guide and Info: Clinton County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone numbers, hours, how to get there, and wheelchair accessiblity. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Columbia County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone numbers, hours, how to get there, and wheelchair accessiblity. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Erie County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone numbers, hours, how to get there, wheelchair accessiblity, and whether there is childcare. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Essex County

    The information found here includes court addresses, phone numbers, and more. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Franklin County

    The information found here includes court address, phone numbers, and hours. Content Detail

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  • Courts Guide and Info: Franklin County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone numbers, hours, how to get there, and wheelchair accessibility. Read More

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  • Courts Guide and Info: Fulton County

    The information found here includes court addresses, phone number, and hours. Content Detail

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  • Courts Guide and Info: Genesee County

    The information found here includes court addresses, phone number, hours, and wheelchair accessiblity. Content Detail

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  • Courts Guide and Info: Monroe County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone numbers, how to get there, and whether there is childcare. Read More

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  • Courts Guide and Info: Monroe County

    The information found here includes court addresses, phone numbers, hours, and wheelchair accessiblity. Please be aware that Rochester small claims matters and landlord-tenant matters are handled by Rochester City Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Montgomery County

    Includes the addresses and phone numbers for Supreme Court, County Court, Family Court and Surrogate's Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Richmond County (Staten Island)

    The information found here includes the address, phone numbers, hours, directions and more for Richmond County (Staten Island) Supreme Court, Criminal Court, Civil Court (Housing and Small Claims), Family Court and Surrogate's Court. Content Detail

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  • Dutchess County Family Court

    The information found here includes the court's address, phone number, hours, how to get there, wheelchair accessiblity, and whether there is childcare. Content Detail

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  • Erie County Family Court

    The information found here includes the court's address, phone number, hours, how to get there, and childcare information. Content Detail

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  • Family Court - Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis Oneida, Onondaga and Oswego Counties

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Family Courts throughout New York State Listed by City or Town

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child support - spousal support (not divorce) - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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  • Fulton County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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  • Genesee County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
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  • Greene County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
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  • Hamilton County Family Court and Integrated Domestic Violence Court

    The information found here includes the court's address and phone number. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Herkimer County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • How To Start A Case in Bronx Family Court

    Step-by-step instructions on starting a Family Court case in the Bronx, including the kinds of cases you can start. Content Detail

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  • How To Start A Case In Brooklyn Family Court

    Step-by-step instructions on starting a Family Court case in Brooklyn, including the kinds of cases you can start. Content Detail

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  • How To Start A Case In Manhattan Family Court

    Step-by-step instructions on starting a Family Court case in Manhattan, including the kinds of cases that you can start. Content Detail

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  • How to Start a Case in Queens Family Court

    Explains how to start a case in Queens Family Court, including an order of protection, custody or child support case. Content Detail

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  • Information on Domestic Violence courts

    Explains 3 different kinds of court set up to deal specifically with domestic violence: (1) Domestic Violence Courts, (2) Integrated Domestic Violence Courts, and (3) Youthful Offender Domestic Violence Courts. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Jefferson County Family Court

    The information found here includes the court's address and phone number. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Jefferson County Supreme Court

    The information found here includes the court's address and phone number. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Lewis County Supreme Court

    The information found here includes the court's address, phone number, and what type of cases are heard. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Livingston County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Madison County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
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  • Madison County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Nassau County Family Court

    What you need to know about Nassau County Family Court. Read More

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  • Nassau County Supreme Court

    The information found here includes the court's address and phone number. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Niagara County Courts

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses and phone numbers. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Orange County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
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  • Orange County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Orleans County Courts

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses and phone numbers. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Otsego County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
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  • Putnam County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
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  • Rockland County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
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  • Rockland County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Saratoga County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Saratoga County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Schenectady County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Schenectady County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Schoharie County Family Court

    Our court has jurisdiction over matters involving: child custody, visitation, guardianship, juvenile delinquency, persons in need of supervision, child neglect and abuse, adoption and paternity, child and spousal support and domestic violence between family members. Please note: Family Court does NOT handle divorce. Divorces are filed in Supreme Court. Content Detail

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  • Schoharie County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Schuyler County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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  • Schuyler County Supreme Court

    This court handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court that handles divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Seneca County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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  • Seneca County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Steuben County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Steuben County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • St. Lawrence County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Suffolk County District Court

    The District Court has been established in the five western towns of Suffolk County and Nassau County. The District Court hears civil matters involving claims up to $15,000, small claims proceedings up to $5,000 and commercial claims up to $5,000. Landlord/tenant matters also are heard in the District Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Suffolk County Family Court

    The information found here includes the court address and phone number. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Suffolk County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Sullivan County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child support and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Supreme, County, Surrogate's, Integrated Domestic Violence, Family and Drug Treatment Courts in Essex County

    The information found here includes the court's address, phone number, and wheelchair accessiblity. Content Detail

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  • The Harlem Community Justice Center

    The Harlem Community Justice Center seeks to solve neighborhood problems including youth crime, landlord-tenant disputes, and the challenges faced by parolees in East and Central Harlem. As a multi-jurisdictional civil and family court, Harlem is unique among community courts. Among the many non-traditional services the Justice Center has assembled under one roof are: programs to help local landlords and tenants resolve conflicts and access financial support; programs for at-risk youth, including a youth court; and reentry programs for both juvenile and adult ex-offenders returning to the community. Ultimately, the project's long-term goal is to test the extent to which a court can work together with a community to spur neighborhood renewal. Content Detail

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    Harlem Community Center
  • Tioga County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child support and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Tioga County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Tompkins County Family Court

    The Family Court hears and determines most legal issues involving children and families. There is a Family Court within each County of the State which is authorized to hear matters relating to: - custody, visitation and guardianship - child support and spousal support - paternity - abuse and neglect of children - violence among family members and orders of protection - children accused of committing crimes (JD) - children in need of supervision (PINS) The Family Court does not handle proceedings involving separation, annulment or divorce. These matters must be brought in the Supreme Court Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Tompkins County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Ulster County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Ulster County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Warren County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child support and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Warren County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Washington County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Washington County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Wayne County Family Court

    Family Court handles the following cases: - family offense (orders of protection/domestic violence) - child custody, guardianship, and visitation - child and spousal support - adoption - paternity - child neglect and abuse - juvenile delinquency - termination of parental rights - review of foster care placement Family Court does NOT handle divorce, separation, and annulment. Divorce, separation and annulment are handled by Supreme Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Westchester County Family Court

    There are 3 Family Courts in Westchester County. The information found here includes the courts' addresses and phone numbers. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System

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Appeals (33)+

  • Appealing Family Court Orders

    Learn more about what an appeal is and how you can go about filing one in family court. Content Detail

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  • Appellate Courts

    The Appellate Courts hear and determine appeals from the decisions of the Trial Courts. Click to figure out where to go if you need to appeal your case. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Chemung County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, hours, and how to get there. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Erie County

    The information found here includes the courts' addresses, phone numbers, hours, how to get there, wheelchair accessiblity, and whether there is childcare. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Essex County

    The information found here includes court addresses, phone numbers, and more. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Franklin County

    The information found here includes court address, phone numbers, and hours. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Fulton County

    The information found here includes court addresses, phone number, and hours. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Genesee County

    The information found here includes court addresses, phone number, hours, and wheelchair accessiblity. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Monroe County

    The information found here includes court addresses, phone numbers, hours, and wheelchair accessiblity. Please be aware that Rochester small claims matters and landlord-tenant matters are handled by Rochester City Court. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Courts Guide and Info: Montgomery County

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    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Jefferson County Supreme Court

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  • Lewis County Supreme Court

    The information found here includes the court's address, phone number, and what type of cases are heard. Content Detail

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  • Livingston County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Madison County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Nassau County Supreme Court

    The information found here includes the court's address and phone number. Content Detail

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  • Orange County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Rockland County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Saratoga County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Schenectady County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Schoharie County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Schuyler County Supreme Court

    This court handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court that handles divorce. Content Detail

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  • Seneca County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Steuben County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • St. Lawrence County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Suffolk County District Court

    The District Court has been established in the five western towns of Suffolk County and Nassau County. The District Court hears civil matters involving claims up to $15,000, small claims proceedings up to $5,000 and commercial claims up to $5,000. Landlord/tenant matters also are heard in the District Court. Content Detail

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  • Suffolk County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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  • Tioga County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Tompkins County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Ulster County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Warren County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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    New York State Unified Court System
  • Washington County Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has broad authority over all categories of cases, including civil and criminal matters. The court generally handles civil matters seeking monetary damages greater than $25,000. It also hears cases where a party seeks to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. The Supreme Court is the only court with the authority to address matters related to the termination of a marriage, including separation, annulment and divorce. Content Detail

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